The base of the VB-C300 is equipped with built-in terminals for connection to various external devices.
1. Power Connection Socket
Connect the camera to an external power supply or AC adapter (not included). The terminal accepts 12 volts DC power or 24 volts AC power.
2. 10/100 Base-T LAN Connector
Connect the camera to the network with an RJ-45 cable cable. The VB-C300 integrates the PoE (Power over Ethernet) functionality, so the power can be supplied to the camera via the LAN cable from a PoE Power Injector or an IEEE 802.3af-compliant PoE midspan or switch.
3. Audio Input Terminal
Use this terminal to connect a microphone to the camera. The Administrator can then monitor the audio at the camera site from a remote location using the NC Viewer application.
4. Video Output Terminal
Connect a monitor to the camera through this terminal to display video images on the monitor screen. A monaural, mini-jack connector is used, and the video output terminal outputs interlaced NTSC analog video signals. You can also use this terminal for adjusting the camera position at setup.
5. Audio Output Terminal
Use this terminal to connect a speaker to the camera. Audio can be sent to the camera by the Administrator from a remote location using the NC Viewer application.
6. External Device I/O Terminals
The camera has two input and one output terminals for the external devices, such as sensors or alarms.
With all this flexibility, you can get connected and get the VB-C300 working for you right away.